Replacement Parts

Maverick Thermometers Replacement Parts

Whether shopping for a meat thermometer replacement probe, or looking for a probe with additional features, we offer a variety of Maverick thermometer probes in different lengths and with different features to meet all your grilling needs. Choose from probes with 3- to 6-foot wires that are perfect for monitoring meat on the grill, the temperature of smokers, and any other BBQ needs. Maverick even offers waterproof, hybrid, and higher temperature replacement probes to ensure your meal is cooked to perfection. Please Note: Our digital thermometers and their probes are regularly updated. Units may have a new look and/or probes may be improved, either through length or temperature rating. Please carefully read the description for each probe to make sure you are selecting the correct probe for your thermometer and needs.
Replaecment Thermometer Probes Troubleshooting Tips and Frequently Asked Questions

Troubleshooting Tips:

  • If the thermometer receiver does not register the transmitter temperature, make sure you turn the receiver on first and then the transmitter
  • Do not immerse the probe or cord in water while cleaning
  • Do not allow the probe or probe wire to come into contact with flames
  • Do not bend the probe wire into extreme angles or pinch the wire between two pieces of metal, such as a grill hinge

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

What if my Maverick thermometer receiver or transmitter is displaying LLL or HHH? If the receiver and/or the transmitter of your Maverick thermometer displays LLL or HHH instead of the probe temperature, wait for the probe to reach room temperature. If LLL or HHH is still displayed or you get a false temperature, squeeze the probe jacks harder into the transmitter and twist them back and forth so they make good contact. If the problem still persists, it is likely the internal probe wire has shorted out as a result of moisture, pinching, or heat damage.For suspected moisture damage, place the entire probe into an oven pre-heated to 250°F for one hour. What if my thermometer receiver or transmitter is displaying an incorrect temperature? If the temperature displayed seems to read too high or the temperature seems to increase too quickly, check to make sure the probe tip is not poking completely through the food to the outside. Reposition the probe tip in the center of the thickest part of the food. Avoid touching the bone or heavy fat areas with the probe tip. If the receiver and/or transmitter displays an unexpected/unrealistic temperature (e.g., 150° F at room temperature) squeeze the probe jacks harder into the transmitter and twist them back and forth so they make good contact. If the problem still persists it is likely the internal probe wire has been damaged by moisture, pinching, or heat. What if I think my thermometer probe is defective? If you suspect your thermometer probe is defective and you are within the warranty period, follow the directions on our Return page to initiate an exchange, where we’ll replace your thermometer probe free of charge.